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Asked in Skim Milk
Why does the ash from whole milk weigh less than that of skim milk?
when raw milk is separated to cream and skim most of the ash is left in the skim. To make make whole milk they add the cream back into the skim lowering the concentration of ash. Most ash test are done with a standard amount, so do to the above statement whole milk has less ash per gram than skim. ...
Asked in Statistics, Probability
What is the sizzle of a sample space for all the outcomes possible from the rolling 6 dice?
Not sure about the relevance of sizzle! The size of the sample space is 46656. ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
What is the importance of determining ash content and acid insoluble ash in food products?
acid insoluble ash indicates the amount of silica present in the given sample ...
Asked in Milk
Compare the pH of the milk sample and the phat which the casein solid forms?
Compare the pH of the milk sample and the phat which the casein solid forms? ...
Asked in Jobs & Education
What is the chemistry behind sulphated ash content test?
Sulfated Ash is the ash content of fresh sample being analyzed as determined in the method. Indicates level of metallic (inorganic) contents in the sample. The sample is first chared with concentrated Sulfuric Acid at low temperature in Platinum / Silica crucible and then incinerate the sample in furnace at 600 - 900°C. At this temperature the organic components are fully burnt and only the ash remains, consisting of metal oxides and contaminants. By fuming off the sample with concentrated sulfuric acid the...
Quantity of casein present in different sample of milk?
casein present in the different samples of milk
Asked in Chemistry
What is difference between sulphated ash and heavy metal?
Not so important differences: Heavy metal ash (but also in general ash): ash resulting from the calcination of a material; practically is a mixture of oxides. Sulphated ash: the sample is initially treated with sulphuric acid and the residues are calcined. ...
Which products of fat hydrolysis would cause a change in pH of the whole milk sample?
The pH of a milk sample will go down due to carboylate anions. The hydrolysis is performed with triacylglycerols to glycerol. ...
Asked in Poptropica
Where do you get coconut milk on shark tooth island?
When you arrive on the island, get a free sample of carbonated milk from the vendor on Main Street. ...
Which foods should be avoided in an acid ash diet?
Milk and milk products, vegetables and fruits should be avoided when following an acid-ash diet because when they are metabolized, they leave acid residue in the body to be excreted in the urine. Acid-ash diets typically consist of large amounts of meat, fish, eggs and cereal. ...
Asked in Nutrition
What foods are allowed and not allowed of acid ash diet?
The acid-ash diet is a diet that meat, eggs, and cereals are allowed. Fruits, vegetables, cheese, and milk are not allowed. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What is the function of methylene blue in the reductase test for milk quality?
By adding a dye to the milk like methylene blue will disappear less or more quickly. This depends on the quality of the sample of milk. ...
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What are two types of mixtures In Chemistry?
The two types of mixtures in chemistry have to do with it's composition. The first is Heterogeneous, which is variable composition within the mixture. An example of a heterogeneous mixture is vegetable soup; the first sample will contain different parts (like carrots and green beans) than the second sample, so the first sample does not represent the entire mixture. The second type of mixture is a Homogeneous mixture. Homogeneous has similar composition throughout the sample. Every sample will be the same as the...